The Common Trait Among All Those Who Hate Bitcoin and Want To See Its Revolution Fail
From Xi Jinping to Erdogan, from central bankers to private monopoly companies, they all hate Bitcoin for this reason alone.
Bitcoin is disturbing. Or rather, Bitcoin's success is disturbing. When Bitcoin was launched, the powerful people in the current monetary and financial system were not even aware of its existence. Gradually, Bitcoin gained visibility, but the system was at best seen as a fad of a few whimsical geeks.
And then, Bitcoin hit $1,000 for the first time in December 2013. Things started to get more serious. Attacks began to multiply. These were only stopped when the price of Bitcoin underwent a correction or a crash.
By the way, you'll see how funny it is (or not) that Bitcoin only bothers when its price rises sharply. When the price of Bitcoin corrects, the powerful in the current system spend less time attacking it, just telling you: “I told you, Bitcoin is worthless”.
And then, like a phoenix, Bitcoin comes back stronger and stronger from its price corrections and crashes. Bitcoin's price reaches new ATHs, and then the powerful people in the current system begin to attack it again via all the usual clichés:
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